Pine Lake Cabin Rentals
The Patrol Cabin/Aurora Cottage
Whether you’re looking to start an annual family tradition, plan a romantic weekend getaway, or simply relax with friends, our historic cabins are the perfect space. Overlooking the shores of Pine Lake, the largest recreation area in the park, you have plenty of activities to enjoy: hiking, biking, paddling, swimming and dark sky gazing. These rustic, themed log cabins provide a blissful cottage experience—kick off the season and book your stay today.
Fees / All cabin rentals include / Bring your own / What you should know
Cabins are available for advance booking.
They can be reserved from the Friday of Victoria Day long weekend in May until September 30. … as well as on weekends throughout the winter!
Reservation launch: April 13, 2021 -- 8:00 AM MST
To reserve a cabin please visit the Parks Canada Reservation Service at reservation.pc.gc.ca. To reserve by telephone, call 1-877-RESERVE (1-877-737-3783)
Cabin rentals include
Beds (occupancy: 4)
Two-burner propane hot plate
Cupboards and shelves for food storage and personal items
Kitchen table and chairs, armchair and loveseat
Wood-burning stove and wood
Screened-in porch with patio furnishings
Fire pit with grill
Dark sky observation circle access (for use by guests at either cabin)
External flush toilets and sinks
Dishes, dish pan, dish soap
Kitchenware is provided, however is not routinely disinfected by staff. Feel free to bring your own.
Cookware (pots and pans)
Broom, dustpan, mop and cleaning supplies
Fire extinguisher, smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms
Bring your own
Bedding (sleeping bags, blankets and pillows)
Weather-appropriate clothing, flashlight, rain gear, sunscreen, insect repellent and camera
Inside slippers or shoes for comfort and keeping the cabin clean
Food and drinks
Large jugs of water for drinking, cleaning, etc.
Matches or lighter to start a fire
First aid kit
What you should know
All park and campground rules apply
Please refrain from smoking in the cabins
No plumbing or running water in cabins
Drinking water is not provided. Potable water available at the Pine Lake campground
No refrigerator fridge in cabin
Outhouse Washrooms located near cabins
No power except for propane two-burner hot-plate
Cabins are equipped with wood stoves as a heat source. Please be aware of user manual instructions found in the cabin
Campfires are only allowed in fire pits
Cell phone service and Wi-Fi are not available at Pine Lake
Payment required at time of reservation
Minimum age to rent a cabin is 18 years
The Patrol Cabin is pet-friendly and Aurora Cottage is pet-free.
The Patrol Cabin and Aurora Cottage are adjacent separated by a small buffer of trees
In the Winter
The Visitor Centre is not open on weekends during the winter months
Flush toilets are not available in the winter, please use the pit privy outhouse
A minimum two night stay is required for cabin rentals.
The Patrol Cabin and Aurora Cottage: $100 per night